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06 January 2011

Street food galore

You can't go hungry in the Philippines because food is everywhere. Street food, that is. With a few pesos, you can have fishballs. If you have paper bills, then the options become more varied. These are some street food that we have encountered recently while staying in Baguio City, Philippines.

Corn on the cob.  Steamed.  Brushed with butter and salt.



P25.00 per stick


Bibingka (rice cakes).  We came across these rice cake vendors in the public market.  My mother-in-law said  it's yummy so we ordered a couple of slices.  Really tasty!  Will come back for more.  We tried the Royal Bibingka.

P10.00 per slice

The Bibingka sellers are located at the entrance of the alley where shoes are sold.

Camote Q and Fishballs.  This stall is located near where we live.

Camote Q costs P8.00 per stick

Fisballs are P0.50 each.

Yum yum yum!  I would like to buy some balut next time!

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